This article was inspired by a tweet from Shawn Simpson. This is the kind of excitement that the 2022 World Junior Championship is bringing, and it’s early.
Having seen both players and how they interact with their teams. Here’s what I have to say about this.
First off, hat trick aside, and
2021 has been a weird season. There are a lot of players out on loan. Here's my first list and it won't be the last.
Owen Power – Defense – Michigan - NCAA
Matty Beniers – Center – Michigan - NCAA
Brandt Clarke – Defense – Barrie - OHL
So many people fill out the brackets for March Madness. It heightens the fun of the tournament. There are some great players, who will be future pros to watch like Ethan Thompson (Oregon St) or Jason Preston (Ohio), Aaron Henry (Michigan St), or Neemias Queta (Utah State), and finally, Buddy
Cam York has been a player I’ve followed for years now. I watched him grow up in the NTDP, seeing him in various games and tournaments over the years, and now he’s inching closer to turning pro.
York was a player who greatly benefitted from Flyers Rookie Camp, you remember, back
After an 11th shoulder surgery prematurely ended his NHL playing career in 2003, Surrey, BC native Bill Muckalt turned to coaching. Mel Pearson who recruited Muckalt to play Michigan asked the 1998 Hobey Baker nominee to join his staff at Michigan Tech.
After a four-year run, Muckalt took over as coach
The most fascinating group of players in this draft class has to be the USNDTP.
Without a doubt, Oliver Wahlstrom will be the first name to be selected and then after that Joel Farabee. Once you get passed those two names, it’s anyone’s guess.
On the back-end, Bode Wilde was always seen